Thank-you for visiting
The booklet you have just come from is my first attempt at any
kind of publishing, and was not originally intended to be put
on the web.
The reason it came here in the first place, was because at the
booklet editing stage other people needed to see and make comment
I could not put it on to floppy, as with the photographs it "weighted"in
at over 50MB, and I didn't know how to compress it. I made several
web searches and eventually found out that the easiest
way to compress it was to convert it to html, which was only
a short step away from a web site.
I hope in the near future to improve the site and take out some
of the many bugs that exist due to my lack of knowledge, hurry
to get finished to meet print deadline and any other excuses
I can't think of now as it's very late and I am nearly
The reason there are four pages here is that MS Publisher made
me add pages in groups of four as we are to print two pages on
each side of one sheet of paper
26th September 2000
cermony was a great success, and most people throughly enjoyed
The multi denoninational blessings and opening speeches were
short, sharp and to the point.
The Celebratory tribute by local talent was extreemly well received,
the standard of all the acts was so high that no one part could
be considered better than any other part, and therefore no act
could be singled out for further comment in this small space.
Congratulatinns to Fr Tom McKiernan and all those involved
Certainly no one was hungry or thirsty as the "refreshments"
were plentyful and of the hightest quality, thanks to all concerned.
Some of the pictures taken during the evening appear on the next
We hope soon
to have a calander of forthcoming events and perhaps news of
past events on these pages
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